WASHI PAPER EGGS
Step aside from the usual painted or dyed eggs this year with these easy-to-make washi paper eggs. You may wish to blow your own eggs as I have done, or use pre-purchased wood or foam eggs found at craft stores during Easter. Use PVA or another white craft glue and thin down in a small bowl with an equal amount of water. Tear the Japanese washi paper into pieces – make sure none of the pieces are any larger than a 5 cent coin or they won’t stick to the egg properly. Briefly place a piece of torn paper into the glue solution then smooth on to the egg. Repeat until the egg is completely covered, then leave to dry. Once completely dry, paint the egg with clear vanish.